Freedom Has Been Won - Poem by Naveed Akram
Freedom is a burden for those who bestow it,
One general speaks towards the finding,
For freedom carries new meaning,
As then the armies will be loved as enemies;
Skill would forget the blood it owned,
As far as the eyes could hear,
And after too many protectors had begot
Their new found luck.
Concentrate on liberty as the divine promise,
One affords the liberal gestures of the year,
Once the felonies have been caught,
And daydreaming coincides with futures,
These are the real wars
That freedom has won.
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